Conference Inspires Women to Be the Best Person They Can Be

The Second Annual Inspire Women's Conference was held Thursday at the Bluestem Amphitheatre

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Women from across the Valley learned how they could get the most from their personal and professional lives at the second annual Inspire Women’s Conference. The conference included speeches and workshops led by four area women, which included topics such as time management and discovering personal passions. The conference also included a networking session, which event organizers…

Students Walk Out of West Fargo High School to Support School Safety

Hundreds of students carry signs, release balloons to commemorate victims of February's Parkland shooting

WEST FARGO, N.D. — At West Fargo High School, many students marched in unison and carried signs reading messages such as “fear has no place in our schools”. At exactly 10 am, hundreds of students marched out the south entrance of West Fargo High School to speak out for change in school safety. “If you don’t take the measures to…

Fargo North High Students Hold Memorial for Florida Shooting Victims

Many students say they were impressed with the turnout

FARGO, N.D. — Students at North High say it was inspiring to see the amount of people who participated in National Walkout Day. However, they didn’t get to get involved until much later in the day. North High students walked in solidarity and later stood in silence for the 17 people who lost their lives in the Parkland, Florida shooting. “To…

North Dakota Colorectal Cancer Roundtable Announces 2018 Awards

There were 20 nominations

  FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Colorectal Cancer Roundtable passed out awards to those who have been influential in fighting the disease. They awarded colorectal cancer survivor Amanda Houston with Champion of the Year, Family Healthcare a cancer screening award and Sanford Health with Organization of the Year. The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Tribal Health and Indian Health Service…

Moorhead High Students Hold Assembly To Honor Parkland Victims

The student body also wrote letters to lawmakers asking for changes to be made to make their school safer

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Students at Moorhead High School organized their own memorial assembly for Parkland. The student body gathered in the high school gymnasium to hear stories about each of the 17 people who died in the shooting. Student organizers know that an act of violence could happen anywhere, and they want the community to take steps to make sure…

Herberger’s Plans to “Stuff the Truck” to Benefit Goodwill

People who donate clothing will be granted three coupons towards Herberger's apparel, fragrances

FARGO, N.D. — Herberger’s in Fargo teams up with Goodwill throughout the month of March to provide clothes for people in need. The department store plans to fill up an entire Goodwill truck with clothes to kick off their annual Goodwill sale. If customers donate one dollar, they receive three coupons for 30% off apparel and 15% off cosmetics and fragrances….

Memory Cafe Provides Sense of Community, Resources for Those Struggling With Alzheimer’s

The program is also meant to help the caregivers of those with the disease

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — More than 14,000 people are living with Alzheimer’s disease in North Dakota. Now a church in Grand Forks is trying to help out not just those with the disease, but their caregivers as well. Sue Fagerholt has a few titles under her belt including mother, wife and a few years ago she added a new one: caregiver….

Hjemkomst Center Opens New World War I Exhibit

"War, Fear and Flu" uses artifacts from World War I to describe life in Clay County one year ago

MOORHEAD, Minn. — People in Clay County can learn more about how World War One impacted their community one hundred years ago. The “War, Fear, and Flu” exhibit gathers stories from people who lived during World War One to paint a picture about how life was like during the conflict. The Hjemkomst Center is hosting the exhibit until January 2020. The…

Weather Spotters Wanted

CoCoRaHS March Recruitment Drive

Do you think you have what it takes to be a weather spotter? CoCoRaHS or the Community Collaborative, Rain, Hail, and Snow Network is having a recruitment drive all month long to find the next batch of weather observers. Volunteers would measure and then record snow, hail, or rain amounts. The data is then used by emergency managers, scientists, and…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Make-Your-Own Worms

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Concordia Science Academy’s Dr. Graeme Wyllie to create Make-Your-Own Worms. The experiment makes gross worms from a combination of Gaviscon and calcium chloride. Gaviscon is an indigestion medicine and to make it thicker, it contains a chemical called sodium alginate which comes from seaweed and which is also used to make things thicker…